noun, plural bru·lés [broo-leyz, broo-leez; French bry-ley] /bruˈleɪz, ˈbru liz; French brüˈleɪ/.
Origin of brulé
Definition for brule (2 of 2)
noun, plural Bru·lés, (especially collectively) Bru·lé.
Examples from the Web for brule
Two of these marten boxes were left by one of our crews in the middle of a brule.Canadian Wilds|Martin Hunter
Brule's taste was good, but he simply wouldn't have thought of a lot of the details here.Legacy|James H Schmitz
For each team a strip of the brule was marked out to clear after the axes.The Man From Glengarry|Ralph Connor
Brule tried to force her into a promise of marriage, and for a time I thought I had lost her.
On that night of storm when old Brule died he called his son to his bedside, and laid upon him his dying wish.